Legislation could prevent schools in impoverished communities from serving free lunches

Free lunch at some schools could be on the chopping block because of legislation in Washington. The program is called 'Community Eligibility’, and as it stands now, if 40 percent of the student body qualifies for free lunch, then the entire school is given free lunch. Legislation in the House could raise that number to 60 percent, making thousands of schools ineligible for the program.

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